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Lorentz-equivariant flow with four delays of neutral type

  title={Lorentz-equivariant flow with four delays of neutral type},
  author={Jayme De Luca},
  • J. D. Luca
  • Published 14 October 2021
  • Physics, Mathematics
We generalize electrodynamics with a second interaction in lightcone. The timereversible equations for two-body motion define a semiflow in C2(R) with four state-dependent delays of neutral type and nonlinear gyroscopic terms. Furthermore, if the initial segment includes velocity discontinuities, their propagation requires two energetic Weierstrass-Erdmann continuity conditions as the constraints defining the boundary layer neighborhoods of large velocities and small denominators. Finally, we… 

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